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Jal
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I'm here exchanging ideas with everyone because of the internet.
The internet made it possible to have great transparency.
The gov. want more and more transparency for itself BUT not for everyone else.
I think transparency is always better in the long run IF IT RUNS BOTH WAY.
Pulling back the curtain is not just for the gov. the internet is everybody's friend until it is used to abuse power.

Draining the swamp is an easy "catch phrase". However, Nobody wants to do it.
Listen to Carl .
Stop the flow of money and the swamp will dry out and die.
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Anybody who doubts where all this surveillance **** is going should take just one good look at China. And while you're looking at China take a good look at the current Hong Kong protesters who are facing between 1-10 years in prison for wearing a mask to protest the Chinese Surveillance & Control Grid...

Do you want to live in a country with "free speech zones"? Do you want to live in a country where you feel like you're being watched and listened too all of the time? Do you want to live in a country where mobile body scanners are patrolling the roads? Do you want to live in a country where all of your email, phone calls and ALL other communications ( including social media) are collected and collated and analysed? Do you want to live in a country where you are tracked, scored and put on a list?

You do ..
You are..
You shall be more and more as each day passes subject to all of the above..

What are you going to do about it? Probably not nearly as much as they are doing in HK right now as you read this..
Snowmizuh
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@Genesis, just out of curiosity, are you still running Android? If so, do you use Google services?

I'm an still running a V20 (on your recommendation, thanks!). A few weeks ago, I completely de-Googled it as an experiment. I got LineageOS 16 running on it, and did _not_ install Gapps or Micro-G. II was actually pretty pleased once I got it all set up right (warning: not for the faint of heart. Major pain in the arse to get all the fiddlybits right. You can very easily brick your phone).

However, I ended back reinstalled the stock ROM because I actually like some of the built-in LG apps, e.g. the FM Radio and the Camera app. I couldn't figure out how to get these running again under Lineage.
Mannfm11
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I'm stupid about encryption. I'm not stupid enough to put a listening devise in my house. I will have to turn my own lights on.

KD, you might think about writing a short book on home encryption. I'm clueless, as are most people. Just a thought. If you ever do, put it on the page. I will buy it.

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Tickerguy
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I'll consider that....

@Snowmizuh yes on a PH-1. Modified..

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Tinman
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There is a lineage fork with microg. I have not used yet. Just saying...

https://lineage.microg.org/
Robc
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At its heart it should always be framed as a free speech issue. It is no different than writing in shorthand or uses symbols to represent information, or even using a language not understood.
Snowmizuh
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@tickerguy (I forgot you changed your handle), what have you modified in Android? You mean you run a custom ROM?
Tickerguy
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The PH-1 has a trivially-unlockable bootloader and boot code, if you want to. What I've done to it is not all THAT comprehensive, but I have made some changes, plus I use a VPN that is active nearly all of the time (Strongswan) which gives me 100% control over what the device can actually get to, and when, since all packets pass through my infrastructure.

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Ckaminski
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I saw a note today that the next update to Mozilla Thunderbird is integrating OpenPGP. Like, where were you guys 15 years ago?

Tickerguy
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Gpg has been in there for a long time..

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Ckaminski
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https://blog.mozilla.org/thunderbird/201....

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Gpg has been in there for a long time..


I knew there were plugins for it, but I seem to remember them being a bitch to get working (3.0 days).
Tickerguy
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Easy as pie

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